VBHCS News

Donation from the US Bowling Congress to VBH Murfreesboro Campus

Presented by Jay Hendrickson Sr, Chair of Fundraising for the TN Chapter of the U.S. Bowling Congress and Rachael Ross, VP of the TN Chapter. In March the US Bowling Congress sold M&M’s at each local bowling alley as a fundraiser for Mental Health Awareness. They chose to give VBH a donation of $400, “for…

Volunteer Behavioral Health And RaceWay Team Up May 12

Raceway Gas at 405 Signal Mountain Road will team up with Volunteer Behavioral Health to recognize May as Mental Health Awareness Month.  This Thursday, RaceWay will donate a percentage of money for every gallon of gas sold between 6-10 a.m. The money raised will go towards individuals and families who need treatment and recovery services. …

Mental Health Awareness Month Event- Gardens of Hope!

We hope you’ll take part in our Mental Health Month Event- Gardens of Hope!

NEWS 2 speaks with our Clinical Director, Beth Walser about Naomi Judd’s passing.

https://www.wate.com/news/tennessee/naomi-judds-death-highlights-mental-illness/

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH!

We have many wonderful events and promotions planned for this month! So be on the look out in your local papers and tune into your radio! We’re SPREADING HOPE FOR MENTAL HEALTH all this month!!!

NOW HIRING!!! LCSW

Apply today!!! @ careers@vbhcs.org

Our Sumner Co. CIT Program Wins Program of the Year!!!

INTRODUCING OUR NEW CROSSVILLE DIRECTOR

💙 We’re Proud to Introduce our New Crossville Director, Shane Farris❗️Shane Farris has been in the social services field for 30 years. During this time he has been involved with direct care as well as the administrative side of community based mental health. He has a Bachelor’s degree from Athens State University in Psychology/Sociology. “I…

VBH partners with Murfreesboro Police Department & Adds First Mental Health Co-Responder

Please see Press Release from Murfreesboro PD. News Release Murfreesboro Police Department adds first mental health co-responder MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (February 11, 2022) – The Murfreesboro Police Department (MPD) has partnered with Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System in adding the department’s first mental health co-responder.Heather Noulis is a full-time employee with Volunteer Behavioral Health Murfreesboro but…

Do you want a job where you make a difference in someone’s life?!

We’re Hiring for Care Manager positions in several of our locations. Contact careers@vbhcs.org for more information.